US to keep energy independence in low-carbon world, Enertopia CEO says

The United States is uniquely positioned to keep a leadership role in energy independence while it transitions to a low-carbon footprint, the chief executive officer of Enertopia Corp (ENRT) has said.

According to Robert McAllister, the large landmass of the United States is ideal for wind-power generation and for high solar isolation, a requirement for peak solar photovoltaics production.
These geographical features and the increasing capacity for a decentralized electricity grid offer the US the opportunity to retain its leadership well into the future, he said.

ENRT operates a lithium project in Clayton Valley, in the US state of Nevada, and is working on technology designed to produce battery-grade lithium...

Published

Andrea Hotter

May 21, 2020

19:35 GMT

New York